We achieved full certification for our Malaysian oil palm mills in 2010 and are currently on track to complete RSPO certification audits for our Indonesian operations by year-end 2016. At the time of publication, 21 mills had achieved certification, and four had successfully completed certification audits. As of January 2015, the Group’s annual production capacity of RSPO certified palm oil and palm kernels is about 740,000 MT and 160,000 MT respectively. We have had to make some minor adjustments to our time-bound plan, but are still on track to have all complete audits of our wholly-owned plantations by 2016.

STATUS OF INDONESIA MILL CERTIFICATION AUDITS

NAME OF MILL LOCATION STATUS
PT Milano (Pinang Awan) North Sumatra Certified
PT Mustika Sembuluh I Central Kalimantan Certified
PT Kencana Sawit Indonesia West Sumatra. Certified
PT Kerry Sawit Indonesia I Central Kalimantan Certified
PT Tania Selatan South Sumatra Certified
PT AMP Plantation West Sumatra Certified
PT Agro Nusa Investama (Sambas) West Kalimantan Certified
PT Buluh Cawang Plantations 1 South Sumatra Certified
PT Bumi Sawit Kencana Central Kalimantan Certified
PT Gersindo Minang Plantations West Sumatra Certified
PT Sarana Titian Permata Central Kalimantan Certified
PT Daya Labuhan Indah-2 North Sumatra Certified
PT Mustika Sembuluh 2 Central Kalimantan Audit Completed
PT Kerry Sawit Indonesia 2 Central Kalimantan Audit Completed
PT Agro Palindo Sakti 1 South Sumatra Audit Completed
PT Musi Banyuasin Indah South Sumatra Audit Completed
PT Mentaya Sawit Mas Central Kalimantan 2014
PT Murini Sam Sam Riau 2015
PT Sinarsiak Dianpermai Riau 2015
PT. Bumi Pratama Khatulistiwa West Kalimantan 2015
PT Karunia Kencana Permaisejati Central Kalimantan 2016
PT Rimba Harapan Sakti Central Kalimantan 2016
PT Agro Nusa Investama (Landak) West Kalimantan 2016
PT Agro Palindo Sakti 2 West Kalimantan 2016
PT Agrindo Indah Persada 2 Riau 2016

Africa
Our subsidiary Benso Oil Palm Plantation Limited (“BOPP”) became the first mill in Ghana, West Africa, to be awarded the certification for sustainable palm oil production. Our plantations in Nigeria are also part of our RSPO time-bound plan. Unplanted areas are being developed according to the RSPO New Planting Procedures, including undergoing the Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) process and High Conservation Value (HCV) area assessments, which will be conducted by independent consultants.